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6-0, 1st in NFC West

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Sean McVay said that left guard Rodger Saffold suffered a knee injury during the game Sunday and that outside linebacker Matt Longacre was experiencing back spasms. McVay did not provide any further information.

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Rams WR Cooper Kupp was carted off the field because of a knee injury in the first half, but returned to start the second. He gave it a go for a series, but the training staff determined it was best he sit out the rest of the game. Kupp said after the game that he would get further testing on his knee to determine the extent of his injury.

McVay: This was a really 'gusty' win for our team (0:48)
Gurley posts 1st career 200-yard rushing game (0:27)
Gurley praises teammates for career-high rushing mark (0:35)
Clark: Gurley is the difference for Rams offense (1:22)

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams held off a late push from the Broncos and improved to 6-0 with a 23-20 victory Sunday inside a frigid Broncos Stadium at Mile High. Todd Gurley set a new career high in rushing yards with 208. While the defense showed improvement in stopping the run, vulnerabilities appeared at cornerback as Aqib Talib remains on injured reserve.

Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rams remain undefeated (6-0), beating the Broncos 23-20. A late TD covers the 7-point spread for Denver. Game goes under total of 50.5.

Gurley scores his 2nd TD (0:17)
Sanders gets taunting penalty after long gain (0:33)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Todd Gurley II has reached the 20-PPR-point plateau for the day, giving him at least that many in each of his six games. He joins DeMarco Murray (2014) and Saquon Barkley (2018) as the only RBs since at least 1950 to score 20-plus in each of their teams' first six games.

Kupp carted off with leg injury (0:37)

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Rams WR Cooper Kupp was carted off the field in the first half with a knee injury, but returned to the field and started the second half.

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The snow has stopped but the Rams continue to deal with below-freezing temperatures in Denver, as they lead the Broncos 13-3 at halftime. The Broncos have struggled to slow Todd Gurley, who rushed for 88 yards and a touchdown in 9 carries and caught 2 passes for 17 yards in the first half. The Rams' run defense looks improved from its lackluster performance a week ago and has held the Broncos to 42-yards rushing.

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Rams' Kupp carted off (knee) but returns to play

Cooper Kupp lay on the Denver sideline before being taken away on a cart after the Rams wideout injured his knee taking a big hit from Broncos safety Darian Stewart, but returned to the game in the second half.

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Rams receiver Cooper Kupp took a handoff 12 yards before he was taken down by the horse-collar by safety Darian Stewart. Kupp appeared to injure his left leg and was taken off the field on a cart.

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Rams OLB Matt Longacre is questionable to return because of a back injury. Rams are already painfully thin at the position, with Dominique Easley already on the IR because of a knee injury.

Gurley powers in for 10-yard TD (0:23)

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It has stopped snowing in Denver. Less than 10 minutes until kickoff. Game time temperature is expected to be around 25 degrees, which would make it the coldest game-time temperature in any college or NFL game for Jared Goff, who has only played in sub-40 degree temperatures 3 times, per ESPN Stats & Info.

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Jared Goff is wearing gloves on both hands as he warms up in Denver. Scoreboard reads 19 degrees and a light snow continues to fall.

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Rams inactives against Broncos: K Greg Zuerlein, DB Darious Williams, RB John Kelly, OLB Trevon Young, C Brian Allen, DT Sebastian Joseph-Day, DT Tanzel Smart.

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Tarps are coming off the field at Broncos Stadium and the snow is slowing down. Scoreboard temperature reads 19 degrees. Two hours until kickoff.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

In the biggest decisions at this point for the South Point sportsbook in Las Vegas, the book is rooting for the Dolphins, Jaguars and Rams, according to sportsbook director Chris Andrews.

Team Stats

Passing Yards310.05th
Rushing Yards154.31st
Points For32.73rd
Points Against19.77th

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